Not much. Think looks horrible. It's often missed, but how humans interact with a device is usually one if not the biggest factor to a successful product.
Technologists engineers and upstream users miss this in favour of technological evolutions. Usually with little consideration of how humans use a device.
This device takes what is making tablets and smart phones successful and mire the success in unsuccessful controls. ie controls that only sell to a small segment of humans with money.
senseg.com would have been a more worth while technology. This tech would keep the pure TS interface, yet then also provide the finger feed back missing. Then I admit stick some shoulder buttons on then it's good to go.
This machine is going to flop. that's my opinion anyways :)